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ElizabethMidwestHair Care Products That Don't Attract InsectsI want a shampoo and a leave-in conditioner that 1) are safe for color-treated hair, 2) do not have fruity or floral scents, and 3) the conditioner should be a leave-in one. Do you have anything like this? Warm weather and fruity/floral scented products do not mix when you are out working in the garden. This morning I found a cicada inside my clothes after gardening--I shouldn't be forced to use scented products that attract insects. I've been stung by bees and hornets in the past. Help!
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